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Premium Food & Environmental Allergy Test

Premium Food & Environmental Allergy Test

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Tests For 23 Foods And 19 Environmental Allergens

Take a scientific approach by taking a food allergy test. Simply take a quick finger-prick blood sample and return it to our laboratory in the post. No social interaction required.

  • Next Day Delivery
  • Accurate, scientific analysis
  • Simple and reliable home to lab finger-prick allergy blood test
  • Receive clear test results for IgE reactions to 23 foods and 19 environmental allergens
  • Personalised support from our customer care team
  • Customers must be aged 4 years or over to take one of our allergy tests. This test is not available to customers who are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Only available in the UK
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Helpful Results

Allergies can be life-changing, with various symptoms like sneezing, itching, swelling, vomiting, and diarrhoea; we provide accurate allergy testing to help you to understand what might be contributing.

TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR OVERALL HEALTH

Find out more about your IgE reactions to foods and environmental factors.

KNOW MORE ABOUT YOUR REACTIONS

Once you receive your results, you’ll have the power to take the next steps to improve your lifestyle for good. Our clear results provide guidance on what environmental or food allergens you should avoid.

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What’s In Your Testing Kit

The Food Allergy Test contains everything you need to take a blood test in the comfort of your own home, and post it back to our laboratory (for free!). This is to ensure you return your sample safely, leaving the rest to us to undertake a full diagnostic analysis of your antibody response.

  • A prepaid return envelope (UK only)
  • Two single-use lancets
  • One blood collection tube
  • One blood collection tube label
  • One plastic blood collection tube case
  • Two adhesive plasters
  • A cleansing wipe

How Does Your Intolerance Kit Work?

Step 1

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Receive your test

Order online and we'll post your kit directly to your home.

Step 2

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Take the easy fingerprick blood test

Collect 2-3 drops of blood and post your sample to our laboratory.

Step 3

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Receive your results

Review your easy-to-read traffic light results: high, borderline, and normal reactivity.

Step 4

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Ongoing support

Ongoing support and guidance from our customer care team.

What We Test For

Food

  • Egg white

    Milk

    Cod

    Salmon

    Crab

    Shrimp

    Meat mix

  • Wheat

    Rice

    Soy

    Potato

    Peanut

    Hazelnut

    Almond

  • Tomato

    Carrot

    Orange

    Strawberry

    Apple

    Peach

Environmental

  • Birch

    Hazelnut pollen

    Olive

    Cypress

    Mugwort

    English plantain

  • Ash, European

    Timothy grass

    Rye

    Bermuda grass

    Bahia grass

    Common ragweed

  • Cat dander

    Horse dander

    Dog dander

    House dust mites (D. pteronyssinus and D. farinae)

    Cockroach

    Cladosporium

Allergic reactions are complex and multifactorial and an IgE antibody response is just one indicator of whether a person may suffer an allergic reaction.

Bear in mind the following:

Allergies can come and go and develop for no obvious reason after many years of exposure without any allergic reactions.

  • There are a great many individual components within many allergens (e.g. foods, animals, plants) that may cause an IgE response.
  • We might not find evidence of an allergy to a particular food, or animal or plant but that might be because you are allergic to an obscure component or type of that food, animal or plant that we didn’t test for. For example, we test for 6 types of grass and you might be negative to all of them. However, there are hundreds of other less common types of grass and you might be allergic to one of them. Another example; you may not have an IgE response to the salmon that we use for our test, but actually be allergic to salmon that has been smoked, or preserved or cooked in particular ways.
  • In other words, our test very accurately measures a specific range of IgE levels and can be very helpful in alerting you to a potential allergy but it will never be categorical as to whether you are going to actually experience an allergic reaction.

Finally, it is important to note that no blood test is a substitute for seeing a doctor, particularly if you are feeling unwell. You should not make a diagnosis or start any treatment without a consultation with a doctor or a suitably trained health care professional. There are many times when test results which are out of range are entirely insignificant but there are other times when they are not. They always need to be interpreted in the context of the rest of your health and this can only really be determined with a full clinical history and examination.